GEOSCAPE

INSTRUCTIONS

Manuscripts should be in the English language. Extent of original papers and discussions should be 6-12 pages, and of technical communications 3-6 pages. Text must be in 12 point size totally approximately 1800 characters per A4-size. The tables and figure captions should be placed at the end of the manuscript, which should be submitted in DOC file. The figures must be submitted separately (e.g., as a ZIP file including the numbered files with individual figures). Contributions (a file with core text, tables and figure captions and file with figures) must be submitted in electronic version to the address of the Executive editor.

Structure of Contributions

Title page

  • title
  • author(s) name(s), including affiliation, full address and e-mail contact
  • abstract (10-20 lines) and key words (4-5)
  • acknowledgements
  • suggestion of 3 reviewers including their affiliation and e-mail contacts  

Recommended structure of the manuscript

Introduction

  • aims, former research, context

Methods and material

  • data, study area
  • research design

Results

  • results including descriptive statistics, etc.

Discussion

  • interpretation of results
  • relevance of the research for applied issues

Conclusions

  • summary of research issue
  • research significance
  • intended subsequent research, etc.

Tables and figures
Tables must be on separate sheets at the end of the manuscript. Figures should be prepared in high quality as TIFF files and submitted as a separate ZIP file. Figure captions should be placed at the end of the manuscript. Tables and figures will be numbered consecutively as referred in the text.

References
Book and proceedings:
Turner MG, Gardner KH (1991 eds.) Quantitative Methods in Landscape Ecology. Ecological Studies Vol. 82, Springer Verlag, Inc., New York.
 
Paper:
Schumm SA (1994) Erroneous perceptions of fluvial hazards. Geomorphology 10: 129-138.
 
Article in Proceedings:
Jeleček L (2002) Historical development of society and LUCC in Czechia 1800-2000: major societal driving forces of land use changes. In: Bičík I, Chromý P, Jančák V, Janů H (eds.) Land Use/Land Cover Changes in the period of globalization - Proceedings of the IGU-LUCC International Conference Prague 2001. Charles University in Prague, Prague, pp. 44-57.